Hadronyche L. Koch

Gray, Michael R., 2010, A Revision of the Australian Funnel-web Spiders (Hexathelidae: Atracinae), Records of the Australian Museum 62 (3), pp. 285-392: 312

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http://doi.org/ 10.3853/j.0067-1975.62.2010.1556

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scientific name

Hadronyche L. Koch
status

 

Hadronyche L. Koch  

Hadronyche L. Koch, 1873: 463   . Type species by monotypy Hadronyche cerberea L. Koch, 1873   . Ausserer, 1875: 143. Simon, 1892: 186; 1903: 969. Hogg, 1901: 274. Rainbow, 1911: 121; 1913: 4; 1914: 252. Roewer, 1942: 208. Bonnet, 1957: 2070. Main, 1976: 74; 1985: 42. Gray, 1978: 125. Gray, 1981: 265; 1988: 114. Raven, 1980: 225 (synonymized with Atrax   ); 2000: 225. Goloboff, 1993: 6. Hedin & Bond, 2006: 467. Platnick, 2010.

Styphlopis   .–Rainbow, 1913: 5. Type species by monotypy Styphlopis insularis Rainbow, 1913   . Roewer, 1942: 208. Bonnet, 1958: 4193. Gray, 1978: 125 (synonymized with Atrax   ). Raven, 1980: 255. Main, 1985: 40. First synonymized by Gray, 1988: 114.

Pseudatrax   .–Rainbow, 1914: 260. Type species by monotypy Pseudatrax moreaui Rainbow, 1914   . Bonnet, 1958: 3807. Gray, 1978: 125 (synonymized with Atrax   ). Raven, 1980: 255. Main, 1985: 40. First synonymized by Gray, 1988: 114.

Included species. 31 species They are placed here in four species groups: the lamingtonensis   group; the adelaidensis   group; the infensa   group; and the cerberea   group.

Distribution. Eastern Australia from northeast Queensland to Tasmania and the Gulf Ranges region of South Australia.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Atracidae